Laisimo Knight Intro
Laisimo have taken their design cues from Sigelei and SMOKTech for their latest release, the Knight 280W Box Mod.
With a chassis design that is a close replica of the new SMOK Procolor Box Mod and a LED light strip that screams, “Sigelei”, this high-powered device is a tribute to the current design trends. The only question is, “Can they do it better than an industry leader?”
Retail Price: $59.95
Laisimo Knight Specs and features
Wattage: 10-280 W
Dual 18650 batteries
Oversized firing mechanism
Various safety protections
Full display matrix
LED strip around OLED screen
510 atomizer connection
Micro USB port
Temperature range: 200-600 F
Magnetized sliding battery door
1 x Laisimo Knight Box Mod
1 x Micro USB cable
1 x Warranty Card
Battle of the brands
The Laisimo Knight Box Mod is a powerful vape device that supports a top output level of 280 watts – perfect for advanced vapers.
Its dual battery construction allows for a maximum output voltage of 7.5V and the device is equipped with full TC functionality, which includes native support for atomizer resistances as low as 0.05 ohms.
Other notable features include intelligent atomizer recognition, short circuit and over-heat protections and an intuitive puff monitoring system that prevents overheating of the atomizer and over-draining of the installed cells.
Where this device bears a striking resemblance to the SMOK Procolor in terms of its overall design, they do differ slightly when it comes to general functionality. However, with the Knight offering a higher overall power capacity (280W compared to 225W) and the Procolor delivering a stronger maximum output voltage (9V compared to 7.5V), there is no clear winner when it comes to performance. Rather, it seems to boil down to a preference with regards to brand loyalty rather than a decision around form or function.
From the look of it, Laisimo have played “follow the leader” with this release and have simply fused together elements of existing designs to create a “new” product for the advanced vapers.
What we are left with is primarily a “knock-off” of a popular product rather than a radical design innovation. This could mean that its release will go largely unnoticed in the marketplace.
But don’t take our word for it… let us know which company you think “did it best” in the comments below.